Discover below TG Sayre’s meticulously crafted 2,700 sq. ft. barndominium in Southern Kentucky, offering an additional 1,300 sq. ft. of covered outdoor space.
The distinctive feature of his home is the unique exterior Hemlock siding, a remarkable switch from black steel, standing out in rustic charm.
Every detail, from the floor plan to the design, was envisioned by TG’s wife.
Explore the inviting interior and stunning exterior through the included photos below.
TG’s barndominium features a charming exterior accentuated by native Hemlock wood siding, paying homage to the region’s natural beauty.
Cedar beams flank the main entrance, showcasing solid western cedar accents.
Adding rustic elegance, a striking deer antler chandelier adorns the exterior porch peak, imparting an enchanting ambiance.
Adorning the 2-car garage is a custom-built cupola, crowned with a deer weathervane, meticulously crafted by skilled artisans during the roof installation.
A covered breezeway connects the garage and home.
An inviting screen door insert in the side entrance from the breezeway to the home, offers a welcoming touch.
The property boasts an exquisite touch—a restored tobacco barn alongside the main residence.
To enhance insulation, spray insulation was applied, followed by drywall and rough-cut Hemlock, reinforced by insulated foam board.
The interior walls of TG’s barndo showcase the rustic allure of Hemlock timbers, carefully arranged at 2 inches thick and 12 inches wide, extending up to 20 feet in length.
The spaces between are filled with foam insulation, exuding a cabin-like feel.
Following this, a meticulous chinking process was employed to create a snug and cozy surface.
The wood was meticulously coated with two layers of clear finishing, adding both aesthetic charm and protection to the interior walls.
This closet boasts natural wooden folding doors.
The barndominium’s ceiling boasts a rich aesthetic with espresso-stained wood planks, exuding warmth and sophistication.
Complementing this stylish feature are sliding barn-style doors that harmoniously match the ceiling, contributing to the overall rustic charm and cohesive design of the space.
Instead of a pantry, TG repurposed the space behind the murphy door as an ammo storage room for his hunting endeavors.
The great room boasts a stunning peaked ceiling adorned with espresso-stained wooden planks, accentuated by recessed lighting and a large ceiling fan.
Meanwhile, the kitchen ceiling features drywall, complemented by recessed and dropped lighting fixtures, enhancing its functionality and style.
The focal point of the great room is a fireplace, encased by stone on the lower section and natural wood extending from the mantle to the ceiling.
It includes an outlet designed for easy TV mounting.
The showcased photo displays the kitchen in its final stages, featuring a brick accent wall, dark cabinetry, a sliding window above the sink, and an additional slender window above it.
The unique and stunning copper farmhouse sink was sourced from a copper shop located in Southern Indiana.
The butler’s kitchen/pantry boasts a coffee station, a captivating stone accent wall, a wine fridge, a sink, and a blend of open shelving and cabinetry.
The dining area features a mix of rustic and contemporary decor, accommodating a table for six, complemented by a stylish chandelier above, and convenient sliding glass doors connecting to the outdoor space.
The master bedroom, coupled with the en-suite master bathroom, features natural wood trim around windows and the door frame, recessed lighting, a ceiling fan, and a rustic animal hide rug.
The master bathroom boasts a luxurious copper soaker bathtub positioned under a window, with individual sink vanities on either end featuring bowl-shaped sinks and storage underneath.
Additionally, the space includes a tiled standing shower.
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